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So...I am getting around to configuring the cooling for my bubble plate, and I can't decide on how to run the condenser lines. I know there has been much discussion about this, and it is a matter of personal preference, but...
My debate at the moment is whether to run a line from the product condenser to the reflux condenser. My question is, is the reflux condenser more influenced by flow rate or temperature of the coolant? The only reason I can see at the moment for making the system more complicated by running a line (and valve) from the product condenser to reflux condenser, in addition to a straight feed from the reservoir, would be to inject heat into the reflux condenser coolant to avoid overcooling.
Wouldn't it be easier from a build as well as operating scenario to just have one control valve to the RC and adjust flow rate? Or am I missing a crucial bit of info?